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GLANSNÄVA Curtain liners, 1 pair, light gray,

Price $ 39.99
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How to get it

Room darkening curtains prevent most light from entering and provide privacy both day and night by blocking the view into the room from outside.

Article Number702.912.89

Product details

The densely woven curtain liners darken the room and provide privacy by preventing people outside from seeing into the room.

Effective at keeping out both drafts in the winter and heat in the summer.

You can use the included hooks to attach the curtain liners to the heading tape on your curtains.

The heading also has hidden tabs that allow you to hang the curtain liners directly on a curtain rod.

The thick curtains darken the room and provide privacy by preventing people outside from seeing into the room.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Measurements

Length: 114 "

Width: 56 "

Weight: 2 lb 3 oz

Area: 44.67 sq feet

Package quantity: 2 pack

Reviews

CurtainVeronica A.It’s great, just enough shade.5
beautiful and very well madeElizabethI use them as curtains and a tablecloth! They would be great liners but I get so many complements on them!5
Exactly as describedSaniaI love GLANSNÄVA, I have them in all my windows as there's quite a bit of security lighting where some of the windows are located and they block the light quite well. I believe they also help with some kind of insulation.5
Clean, elegant, functionalMaryannClean, elegant, functional5
Great curtainsNicoleThey’re perfect for what I needed. Good quality5
Work great as stand alone curtainsKatherineI have two sets of these, which work great as curtains by themselves, not just as blackout liners. Great value for the price.5
Great buyWendyI love these black out curtains, and they are affordable for the set.5
Wish they were a littleTiffanyWish they were a little more room darkening. The color is beautiful and the quality is very good.4
Very effective. Energy savingIngridIf you're looking for an easy way to save money on cooling your home this year, add these panels to your existing curtains. It is amazing how much heat they reflect in the Summer. Your rooms will be much cooler.5
WorthlessCamilaBought to work as a blackout liner for my already dark curtains, but it didn't make any difference1
Quick liner optionJoLike the price on these for a liner, picked up on a whim. They work ok however does not 'blackout' when used behind a lighter color fabric such as cream or white - was hoping they would darken room but still lets light through. I also did not like how they hung or the plastic clips that came with them. Should have multiple options to attach when using with different curtain tops. Ok for a quick fix and would recommend with stipulations, but not sure if they will work for me in the long run.3
GoodMarieGood4
DrapesDianeBought to modify for my granddaughter who wanted pink. I added ribbons etc but had trouble with being able to sew on drapes and not satisfied with finished product. Probably 99.45 % my fault.4
Did the jobSamanthaThese definitely helped make our room darker at night and were reasonably priced. If you’re looking for black out curtains for daytime hours though (ie work night shift) these aren’t for you.4
Pretty and niceGladysVery pretty and comfy at touch.5
Works great I really likeIsabelWorks great I really like it5
Don’t buyCassieThe clips that come with this are very flimsy. Wouldn’t hold the liner in place. Also, if you use them, you can’t use French pleater hooks on your curtains.2
MirleneBeautiful curtains for a glam home decor4
Does darken room somewhat, but I find it better ..AlexFor energy efficiency. It really does a tremendous job almost completely blocking any draft ( especially cold winter drafts)- making the room a lot warmer while also allowing us to utilize more space in the house because the parameter of our rooms is no longer freezing cold.5
Elegant as curtainsEmmanuellaI use them as curtains because the fabric isar elegant, classy and they do block out light so great for winter. This is my second set.4

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